Students, faculty, administration clash over Spring 2021 academic calendar
After a fall semester devoid of breaks, students asking for days off this spring to prevent burnout and Zoom fatigue.
Pope appoints D.C. archbishop as first Black American cardinal
D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory was appointed the first Black American cardinal in the Catholic Church by Pope Francis.
Online OUTober: Virtual Coming Out Day celebrations mark LGBTQ History Month at Georgetown
Georgetown University LGBTQ Resource Center and GUPride celebrated LGBTQ History Monthand Coming Out Day virtually.
Georgetown instates test-optional policy for 2020-21 application season
Georgetown has opted to waive the ACT and SAT requirement for applicants to the class of 2025, citing the ongoing pandemic and the widespread cancellation of college admissions tests as... Read more
Best books from a quarantined summer
During a summer that was not quite as we expected it to be, many Voice staffers rediscovered their love of literature, while others—well-established book nerds—appreciated the extra time to read.... Read more
Residential ministers relocate but maintain connection with students
Residential ministers (RMs) moved out of their dormitories and into alternative housing last week at the request of Georgetown University residential staff. The residential staff decided to move RMs in... Read more